STRETCH MARKS-pg119292479459

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KATP - October 20

There is a cure. You can break up the tissue and signal your body to produce more collagen, therefore, filling in the the stretch mark. You do this with a skin roller. You can purchase them on ebay for a couple hundred dollars or you can buy the kit here Here is some more info on this: subcision(needling) often helps on depressed and pitted scars The needles injure the upper 1-2 mm of the dermis. This injury, minute as it might seem, does cause localized damage and bleeding. This will promote the normal post-traumatic infiltration of fibroblasts and the release of growth factors. Ultimately, collagen is laid down in the papillary and upper reticular dermis. This results in confluent collagen production stimulation and deposition, and as a result, may mimic the results obtained with laser, dermabrasion or deep chemical peels, but without destroying the epidermis. Skin Needling also perforates and softens fibrous scar tissue, enabling the deposition of new collagen The new collagen fills depressed scars from the bottom up, lifting the scars so that they are level with the surrounding skin. In some cases it is possible to repigment hypo-pigmented scars. Subcision is a process created for atrophic scars, using fat and other substances to fill up the depression under the scar so that it becomes level. Subcision can also involve the separation of skin tissue from the scar tissue to allow blood to pool, eventually forming connective tissue and raising the scar up. Both these processes are always done by licensed professionals, and the patient may be under either local or general anesthesia, on an outpatient basis. Subcision Subcision is a common procedure to treat fibrotic scars. The base of the fibrotic scar (at the dermal layer) is normally anchored by fibrous bands. Subcision releases this fibrous band and reduces the depth of the fibrotic scar. Effects of surgical scar revision include swelling and bruising, and patients may take up to a week or two to recover, depending on the procedure, size and depth of treatment, and on the patient themselves Subcision®: a surgical technique in which the fibrous band under the scar is divided, allowing the skin to return to its normal position releases subcutaneous fibrotic strands that tether the overlying tissue Medical needling is a physician-performed medical procedure that has created great interest in the cosmetic community because of its efficacy, minimal downtime, ease of use, costs and patient satisfaction. It has been used successfully to treat fine lines wrinkles, lax and photo-damaged skin; to reduce the appearance of stretch marks; and to improve acne, post burn and ice pick scars. It has also been used after liposuction to tighten skin. VITAMIN C SUPPLEMENT (1000 mg Daily internally) : Increases collagen but not other necessary skin proteins A good anti-oxidant, natural skin component EXFOLIATING 2 Weeks After Needling Session: Helps removes older skin and allow new skin to rise to surface The medical needling instrument, a sterile roller with needles all around, is rolled across the skin, which causes thousands of micro wounds. These minute injuries to the dermis result in the start of the wound-healing cascade. The punctures begin the wound-healing cascade, which causes the body to produce its own collagen It is the body’s own collagen production that results in tightened skins less fine lines and wrinkles and a softening and reduction in scarring. five days alter the injury to the dermis, a fibronectin matrix is laid down along with collagen. This collagen is deposited in the upper dermis just below the epidermis’ basal layer. WHAT COPPER PEPTIDES DO IN COMBINATION WITH NEEDLING: Helps synthesis of new collagen, elastin, and water holding proteins Rebuilds microcirculation Antiinflammatory - Blocks Interleukin-1 and TGF-beta-1 and detoxifies free radicals HOPE ALL THIS HELPS :) Worked for me. STRETCH MARK FREE.



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